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LINCOLN COUNTY PUBLIC LtBRAgl 
>6 WEST 
LINCOLNTON, MC 



THE PINE BURR 





1936 



VOLUME XV 



Published by 
THE SENIOR CLASS OE 

LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 

LINCOLNTON, N. C. 



NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX 



>*££«£«. THE PINE BURR 








Wiley M. Pickens 
Superintendent 



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LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 



THE PINE BURR 







S. Ray Lowder 
Principal 



NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX 



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THE PINE BURR 



Foreword 



WE TAKE GREAT PLEAS- 
URE IN PRESENTING THIS 
XV EDITION OF "THE PINE 
BURR" AS A MEMORY BOOK 
OF OUR HAPPY DAYS AT 
LINCOLNTON HIGH 
SCHOOL. 



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THE PINE BURR 





C. D. "Block" Smith, Coach 

Dedication 

• 

This XV edition of THE PlNE BURR, We proudly 
dedicate as an appreciation to our beloved coach, 
"Block" Smith, who has led us through to many 
athletic victories, inspired us in defeat, administered 
skillful first aid in the office and on the field, sought 
frogs and crawfish in the marshy lands at night to 
delight our hours in Biology, made real to us the annals 
of our forefathers; in short, who has unselfishly given 
to us and for us his whole time and strength. 



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Faculty 




Miss Mildred Campbell 

English 

S. W. Cashion 
General Science 

Miss Letha Copeland 

Lulin and Algebra 

Miss Pearle Haywood 
Algebra and Geometry 

Miss Elizabeth Hoke 

Algebra and Girls' Couch 

Miss Clara Hunsucker 

English 

Miss Dorothy Hunter 

French and Latin 

Miss Elizabeth McLean 

Secretary 

Mr. Wm. McGregor 

Civics and History 

Miss Mary Wilkie Petrie 
Home Economics and Civics 

Miss Pauline Rainwater 

Latin and Senior Advisor 

Mrs. E. G. Ramsaur 

English and Librarian 

Miss Carrie Roseman 

Commercial Course 

Miss Carrie Saunders 

English 

Coach C. D. Smith 

Biology, History and Coach 



Miss Kathrine Stirewalt 

History 

Miss Louise Wetmore 

Piano Instructor 



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LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 



THE PINE BURR 



Pine Burr Staff 




Margaret Jane Childs 

Editor-in-Chief 

Alfred N. Costner 

Assistant Editor-in-Chief 



PAUL RUDISILL 
Business Manager 

Virginia Lineberger 

Assistant Business Manager 



Barney Fleeman 

Advertising Manager 

Ed Johnson 

Photographic Editor 



Virginia Stroup 

Circulation Manager 

Bill Sigmon 

Joke Editor 




V 1 I 



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31 it itanoriam 

George Alfred Nixon 
1910-1934 



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LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 



THE PINE BURR 




Senior Class Officers 



LORETTA CLONIGER 
P rest dent 



Paul Rudisill 
Vice-President 



Margaret E. Glenn 
Secretary 



John M. Mauney 
Treasurer and Historian 



Brownie H. Lipe 
Prophet 

Fred Shuford 
Lawyer 



Mildred V. Hardin 
Poet and Statistician 



Class Colors: Red and White 

Class FLOWERS: Red and While Roses 

Class MOTTO: "Don't give up the ship!" 




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Mascots 




Joan McCutcheon 



Norman Newton 



LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 



THE PINE BURR ^£ 




Clyde abernathy 

'Why that I really cannot tell, 
For that I do not know." 



Grady Abernathy 

"Begone, dull care! I prithee begone train mr 
Begone, dull care! Thou and I shall never atir 



Annie Inez Abernathy 

"Much worth and no madness, 
.-111 good and no badness." 
Home Economics Club '33, '34. 



Enid Avery 

'Take time enough: all other grace: 
Will soon fill up their proper plac 



Doris Adell Bandy 

"Do-re-mi" 
"The fairest garden in her looks 
And in her mind the wisest boohs." 
Band '33, '34, '35, '36; Basketball '34, '35, '36; National 
Honor Society '36; French Club '36. 



Stephen B. Barineau 

"Dootchy" 

"I am not handsome, but I declare I have a 
distinguished lock" 
Football \U. 'H, '34. '35; Basketball '33, '34, '35, '36; 
Baseball '34; Stunt Night '3i. '34. 



Berge Beam. Jr. 

"Senator" 
"He is not merely a chip off the old block. 
But the old block itself." 
Basketball '33. '34. '33. '36; Baseball '34. '35, '36; 
Debating '32, '33; National Honor Society '35. '36; Class 
Lawyer '35; French Club '36. 



Glenn Beattie 

"Lida" 

".-/ captain of athletics, and an all-round man 

Beattie knows the method to accomplish all one can." 
Basketball '35. '34, '55. Captain '36; Baseball '54. '55. 
'36; Marshal '35. 



Dorothy Mae Bradshaw 

"Dot" 

"She is silent, she is shy. 
But there's mischief in her eye 
Home Economics Club '33. '34. 



Ethel Margaret Bradshaw 

"Ett" 
"Her very frowns are fairer far 
Than smiles of other maidens are." 
Home Economics Club '33. '34; Commercial Club '35, 
'36. 



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THE PINE BURR 




Ella Louise Britt 

"Those history anilines and English themes 
Harassed my days and disturbed my dreams." 
Home Economics Club '33, '34; Basketball '35, '36; 
Glee Club '35, '36; Commercial Club '35. 

Pearl Bynum 

"Blondie" 
"For if she will,, she will— you may depend on't, 
And if she won't, she won't—so there's an end on't." 
Home Economics Club '33, *34. 

Elsie Camp 

"Since knowledge is but sorrenv's spy. 
It is not safe to know." 
Home Economics Club '33, '34; Basketball '34. 

Ya i is W. Campbell 

"Tuffy" 
••llnl there's nothing half so sweet in life 
As love's young dream." 
Baseball Manager '34; Boxing '33. '34; Football Man- 
ager '34, '35; Basketball '34, '35, '36; Glee Club '34. '35, 
'36; Band '34. '35, '36; Debating '34, '35, '36; Cheer 
Leader '34. '35; Marshal '34. 

Victor Cronland Cashion, Jr. 

"Vic" 
"Hang sorrow! Care'll kill a cat." 
Baseball '34. '35, '36. 

Walter Cashion 

"Y'alter" 
"He is the -eery pine-apple of politeness." 

Gladys Carpenter 

"A general favorite an J a general friend." 
Home Economics Club '33, '34; National Honor Society 



La Vada Cauble 

"Vada" 
"There is no roam for sadness when we see 
a cheery smile." 
Drama Guild '35; Commercial Club '35; Class Day '33, 
'34. '35; Cotton Show '34. 

Margaret Jane Childs 

"Jacy" 
"To those who know thee not, no words can paint, 
And those who know thee, know all words are faint." 
Home Economics Club '33, '34; Recitation '33; Com- 
mercial Club '35; Drama Guild '35; Band '34. '35, '36; 
Marshal '35; Editor-in-Chief Pine Burr Staff '36; Vice- 
President National Honor Society '36. 

LORETTA CLONIGER 
"Nookie" 
"And should she break some poor man's heart. 
I wouldn't put it past her. 
To n p anil say in her usual wax, 
■Just use adhesive piaster''." 
Class President '34; Drama Guild '35; Commercial Club 
'35; Class President '36. 



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THE PINE BURR 




Alfred Nixon Costner 

"Alf" 

"Ncz'cr over-serious, not too frivolous, but a ran' 

good fellow." 

Football '32, '33, '34, '35; Basketball '33, '34. '35, '36; 

Baseball '33, '34. '35; Band '32, '33, '34, '35, '36; Class 

President '33; National Honor Society '36; Assistant 

Editor-in-Chief Pine Burr Staff '36; Vice-President 

French Chili '36; Stunt Night '36; Marshal '35. . 

Grace Elizabeth Costner 

"Gracie" 

"And I oft have heard defended, — 
'Little said is soonest mended'." 
Commercial Club '35, '36. 

Joseph Conrad Crooks 

"Joe" 

"It is better to wear out in mischief than to rust 

out in being solemn." 



Frances Pauline Ewing 

"Red" 
"I've struggled with problems so vast, 

I'm dizzy with turns, .twists, and crooks, 
My reason is failing me fast — 

'I'll be glad when I'm done with all books." 
I. H.S.— Basketball '32; Librarian '32. L.H.S.— Home 
Economics Club '33. 

Van Buren Ewing 

"Bunnie" 
"She was a nice girl sorter, 
And I think I heard them say,. 
That tier grades at the end of the quarter 
Ran plumb up to A." 
Marshal '3 5; National Honor Society '36; Librarian '36. 

Pernell Finger 

"Shorty" 
"// she be there, there is surely happiness too." 

Barney Fleeman 

"Flea" 
"The soul of this man is his clothes." 
Baseball '35; Basketball '3 5. '3d; Advertising- Manager 
Pine Burr '36; Manager Football '35; Librarian '36. 
S. H . S. — Officer of Student Government '34. 

Ruth Fortenberry 

"Kit" 
"Biolo,gy's vexation, mathematics is as bad. 
History doth puzzle me. and thinking drives me mail." 

Basketball '33, '34, '35, '36; Glee Club '33, '35. '36; 
Marshal '34; Recitation '35, '36. 

Louise Funderburke 

"Fundy" 
"Life, what are thou without lover' 
U.H.S.— Home Economics Club '33, '34; 4-H Club '32; 
Basketball '33, '34. L.H.S.— Basketball '35, '3d. 



Joe Gates 

"A wise and masterly inactivity." 




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Margaret Elmina Glenn 

"Margie" 
".-///, you flavor everything; 
You arc the vanilla of society." 
Secretary of Class '33; Recitation '33; Chief Marshal 
'35; Secretary National Honor Society '3d; President 
French Club '36; Secretary of Class '36; Glee Club '36; 
Drama Guilil '35. 



Mary Louise Goodman 

"Goodman" 
'A lovable being in a nice quiet way, 
A kind that is difficult to find today. 



Garland Goodson 

"// uachody care for me, 
I'll care for uachody." 



Gladys Irene Goodson 

"Glad" 

'The world looks brighter from behind a smile 

Commercial Club '35, '36. 



James Robert Goodson 

"Jim" 
"Count that day lost whose low descending sun 
I ' iews in thy champing mug no wad of chewing gum. 



Mildred Virginia Hardin 

"Nut" 

" "lis well to be off with the old love 
Before you are on with the new." 
Home Economics 'Mi, '34; Recitation 'M^; Class Secre- 
tary '34; Drama Guild '35; Marshal '36; President Na- 
tional Honor Society '36; French Club '36; Statistician 
'36; Poet '36; Librarian '36. 



John Hauss 

"John Danky" 

■7/c mho with the girls would thrivt 

Must either learn to neck or drive" 



MARGARET HEAFNER 
III who knew her. felt the witchery of her 
(lifted personality." 
Home Economics 'H, '34; Marshal '35. 



David Heavner 

"A glass is good, and a lass is good. 
And a pipe to smoke in cold weather. 
Band '33. '34. '35, '36. 



Mary Hoffman 

"Boots" 

'77t;y modesty's a candle to thy merit. 

Commercial ( lub '35. '36. 



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Joseph Hinkle 

"Of their own merits, modest moil are dumb." 

Stella Camilla Hoyle 

"Fifi" 
"As you like it. so shall it be; 
If you don't like it, don't blame me." 
Recitation '33; Basketball '34, '35; Commercial Club 
'35; '36; Drama Guild '35; Senior Chorus '33, '34, '35. 



L. C. Hovis 




"Bill" 




"F.at. drink, and be merry, for tomorrow 




may uefer come. 




Baseball '33, '35. '36; Football '35; Basketball ' 


33. 


Bruce Jenkins 




"Jink" 




"My only books mere woman's looks. 




And folly's all they've taught me." 




Football '34, '35; Baseball '34, '35; Debating '34. 


'35 


'36; Boxing '34; Class Treasurer '34. 




Thelma Jenkins 




"Toots" 




"Neat, not gaudy." 




Home Economics Club '33, '34; Commercial Club 


'35 


'36; National Honor Society '36. 





Ed Johnston 

"Ed" 
"My heart is won — my fancy free; 
So run along girls, and don't bother me." 
Basketball '33, '34, '35, '36; Football '33, '34. '35, '36; 
Baseball '33, '34; Boxing '33. '34; Treasurer of Class '33. 



Harvey A. Jonas. Jr. 

"Harve' " 
"Of all the joys I'm able to recall, 
Being in lore is the best of all." 
Football '32. '33. '34, '35; Band '32, '33, '34, '35, '36; 
Class Treasurer '33; Vice-President Class '34; Drama 
Guild '35; Glee Club '34, '35, '36; Marshal '35; Treasurer 
National Honor Society '36; Librarian '36. 

LUC1LE KENDR1CK 

"Lucy" 

"Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you." 

Paul Henderson Lawing 

"Ripper" 
"Everything comes to him who waits, 
so why should I hurry?" 
Football '33. '34, '35; Baseball '34, '35. '30; Basketball 
Manager '35, '36; Drama Guild '35. 

John Anderson Leonard 

"Johnnie" 
"A self-made man. yes. and "worships his creator." 
I. Club '33; Boxing '32, '33. '34; Basketball '34, '35, 
'36; Football '32, '33, '34, '35; Glee Club '35. 








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NINETEEN THIRTY-SIX 




THE PINE BURR 




Virginia I.ineberger 

"Gin" 

"Bright-eyed caprice .... 

smooth pavement, a smitten 

Debating Club '33 — R.E.L. 

Drama Guild '35; Vice-President 

Assistant Business Manager Pine 

ball '36; Fall („>ueen '36. 



a lotui motor mi- a 
flash — then none." 

L.H.S.— Marshal '35; 

'35; Cheer Leader '36; 

Burr Staff '36; Basket- 



'As brotvu as 



Johnnie Link 

"Joil NNIK" 

hazelnut, but swcetci 



than the kernel. 



Brownie Hartsell Lipe 

"I know a lass -vith laughing eyes. 
Whose mouth is like a berry; 
She cannot frown, she never tries. 
Her heart is always merry." 
Commercial Club '34, '35; (dee Club '34. '35; National 
Honor Society '36; Marshal '35; Class Prophet '36. 

John Mundy Maunev 

" 1 1 a R k I : y " 

"I never felt the kiss of lore. 

nor maiden's hand in mine." 

Football '32. '33, '34, '35; Basketball '33, '34, '35, '36; 

Baseball '33, '34, '35, '36; Band '32, '33. '34, '35, '36; 

Class Secretary '35; Class Treasurer '36; National Honor 

Society '36; Class Historian '36; Secretary French Club 

'36; Marshal '35. 



Conway McGee 

"Slip" 
"There's golW to be a shootin 
II' hen I find the brute that sa, 
'I need a plaster on me 
To draw more to mv head'!" 
'32. '33. '34. '35; Baseball '33, 
'35. 



Football 
Glee Club 



'34. '35, '36; 



Betty Modi.in 

"llcr modest looks the cottage might adorn. 

Sweet as the prim rose that peeks beneath the thorn." 
National Honor Society '36; Commercial Club '35. '36; 
Home Economics Club '33. '34. 

Elizabeth Joyce Norman 

"Lib" 

"Let the -vide world wiggle, I've got it by the tail." 

H. H. S. — Spring Festival '33; Latin Tournament '33; 

May Fete '34; Literary Club '34; Girl Reserve Club '33. 

'34; Volleyball '33. '34; Basketball '34. L.H.S.— Drama 

Guild '35; Stunt Night '35; Commercial Chili '35. '36. 

Loreine Bennett Parker 

"She made and kept a friend or two. 
A nd showed a kindness every day. 
She did the work she had to do 
And did it in a goodly way." 
Home Economies Club '33. '34; Librarian '3(\. 

Calvin Bynum Phillips 

"Cede" 

"It would talk. 
Law, how it talked!" 
Band '32. '33. '34, '35, '36; Football '32. '33, '34. '3 5; 
Basketball '33. '34, '35, '36; Boxing '33. '34: Baseball '33, 
'34. '35; Class Vice-President '33. 

James Porter 

"Jim" 

"And still they gazed and still their wonder grew 

That one small head could carry all he knew." 

H.H.S.— Class President '33; Class Vice-President '34; 

Class Vice-President '35: Treasurer Dramatic Club '35; 

['resident Science Club '35; Chief Marshal '35. I..H.S. — 

Basketball '36; French Club '36. 



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LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 



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Basketball 
nomics Club 



Cynthia Rheinhardt 

"Bell" 
"No she is not quite a zvoman, 

Just a 'sister,' we would say; 

If her nose weren't quite so Roman 

We would kiss her every day." 

'12, '33, '34; French Club '35; Home E. 

'32. 



Dorothy Reynolds 

"Dot" 

"Gentle, modest as a flower." 
Home Economics Club '34, '35. 

Ottileen Robinson 

"Ootalena" 
"Though you are a bit audacious, 
And your eyes and hair are bright, 
Though you're saucy and flirtatious, 
You're all right." 
Home Economics Club '33; Drama (iuibl 



( Com- 



mercial Club '35 



'56. 



Baseball 
ball 'ii. 



JACK RUD1SILL 

"/ wish I wuz a little rocker 

A settin' on a hill ; 

I -wouldn't do uuthin' all day long 

'Cept jest set still." 
Basketball '3,\ '34; Baseball '33, '34. 

Paul Rudisill 

"Rudy" 

"7 once admitted— -to my shame 
That football was a brutal name 
Because she hates it." 

'i3, '34, '35; Football \U. '3i, '34. '35; Basket- 
34, '35; Band '34. '35. '36; Class President 
'35; Vice-President '36; Business Manager Pine Bikk 
'36; National Honor Society '36; Glee Club '35; President 
Glee Club '36; Stunt Night '36; Marshal '35; French 
Club '36. 



Craig Schrum 

'Let the 'world slide, let the world go; 
A fig for care, ami a fig for woe!" 



Evan Shelton 

"Youngun" 
"Wc (/rant, although lie had much wit, 
lie was very shy of using it." 
Baseball '32, '.U, '34. '35. 

Fred Shuford 

"Leopard" 

"If she undervalue me. 
What cure I how fair she be.'" 
French Club '36; Class Lawyer '36. 

Howard Self 

"By grit and grace I am what I am." 

Mary Self 

"I know that Cupid did it 

And I think it is a sin,. 
To carve a cunning dimple 
In the middle of my chin." 
Home Economics Club '33. '34; Drama Guild 
.Marshal '35; National Honor Society '36. 




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Bill Sigmon 

"Sig" 

Kcx.tlrall '32. '33. '54. '35; Basketball Manager '34, *55; 
Hand '32, '33, '54, '.55, '36; Chief Marshal '34; President 
Hand '35, '.id; Vice-President Class '33; Joke Editor 
Pink Birr '36; Student Band Director '36; Basketball 



'36 



"Hell Boy 



'36. 



Sue Smith 

"She's as plumb as a lump 
Of dancing fun; 

As ever scurried about, with a laugh and shout 
Under the sua." 

Basketball '36— L.H.S. 

PAULINE Wathrs 
"Polly" 
"She's pretty to walk with, 
.hid witty to talk with, 
Anil pleasant, too. to think on." 
Home Economics Club '33. '34; Commercial Club '35. 
'56; Recitation '36; Class Day '53. 

Martha Virginia Stroup 

"Strutty" 
Recitation '54; Band '55, '56; Cafeteria Work '55, '56; 
Debating '55. '56; "Ticket Catcher" '34. '55; Cheer 
Leader '35. '36; Marshal '35; Stunt Night '35; Commer- 
cial Club '35. '36; Circulation Manager Pine Burr Staff 
'36. 



Class Poem 



As we end must pleasant tourneys. We see sunset just ahead. 
And gaze with sorrow backward to find our toys have fled. 
But as we end this tourney, and our high school days are done, 
We see ahead the RISING — not the SETTING of the sun. 

For us the day's tust dawning ; a bright world greets our sight. 
We're eager, as young fledglings, to try our wings in I light. 
Lite lures us onward, beck'ntng ; our places we must till. 
We've goals to reach, and work to do — we'll Jo it with a will. 

1 he mother bird encouraging her btrdlings to ascend 
Is like our Alma Mater, who has been our helpful friend. 
Her counsels e'er have guided us: now we must depart. 
We'll cherish all her teachings as we our tourney start. 

We have not lime to linger — let us hid one last farewell. 
What the future holds for us, there is no way to tell. 
Now comes our graduation ; our high school days are gone. 
For some, 'tis tust a day in May; lor us it is the dawn! 

— Mildred Hardin. Class Poet. 



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LINCOLNTON HIGH SCHOOL 



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Senior Class History 

One September morning in the year 1932, one hundred and 
eighty-two boys and girls started on a perilous climb up the moun- 
tain of knowledge. Our trail led through a dark and dismal Fresh- 
man forest. Here we struggled with stern studies, encountered and 
overcame the deadly Latin monster, though some were frightened 
by the Algebra reptile and fled in despair. Finally the forest became 
less dense, and ahead of us we saw a slight clearing. 

We had reached the Sophomore rocks and soon we found it was 
going to take more courage and more work to clamber over them. 
There were nice round English rocks which were no trouble for 
some of us to tread, but often the slippery French-covered stones 
put us in distressing positions, and many unfortunates slipped down 
the mountain-side. They could not make the grade. 

Soon, however, our hopes were renewed, our spirits strength- 
ened, for ahead we saw that our path was winding up through the 
beautiful Junior heights. We found that our view had become 
wider and more beautiful. There were many little springs of 
enlightenment, where we stopped and refreshed ourselves. Our 
strength was renewed also for we easily overcame in an honorable 
combat some fellow travelers called Seniors, who were more learned 
and powerful than we. 

But, Oh! the joy of perceiving in the distance the Senior Sum- 
mit. How thrilled and happy we were to know that our goal would 
soon be attained. In order that others might profit by our experi- 
ences in the quest for knowledge and in order that we might keep 
intact the pleasant memories we enjoyed, we published an annual. 
But soon the time came for us to climb the tower of graduation and 
as we looked out over the land we had covered, our eyes grew dim 
as we thought of our glorious journey coming to a close and of the 
goodbyes we were so loath to say. 

JOHN MAUNEY, Historian. 

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Prophecy 



This is station S-M-I-L-E. broadcasting from the Columbia Studios in the Wriglcy 
Building, New York City. 

This evening, we have in the studio, many of the members of the class of '3 6 of Lincolnton 
High School, Lincolnton, N. C. Several years ago, our distinguished pianist, Mildred Hardin, 
was a struggling senior, but now she is engaged to Dr. Max Holland, who is a skillful physician 
and surgeon of New York City. 

Who do I see coming into the studio, but the All-American football stars. Ed Johnston. 
John Leonard, Steve Barineau. Glenn Beatty. and Glenn Heafner. 

Folks, last week, when I stopped in Albany. I chanced upon Louise Britt, Pauline Ewing, 
and Louise Funderburke. operating a beauty shop. By the way, Louise Funderburke isn't mar- 
ried yet. When I kept an appointment with Lawyer Harvey Jonas, on the same day, I met Stella 
Hoyle, his private secretary. We talked of old times and I found out that Bill Sigmon was play- 
ing in an orchestra of one of the best-known night clubs of Albany. I was surprised to learn 
that Bcrge Beam had advanced from Mayor of Albany to a New York Senator. I went to a 
lunch room where I saw David Robinson counting out the money. Victor Cashion is now 
manager of the leading newspaper of this city. The best reporter of the staff is Cynthia Reinhardt. 
Other reporters are Betty Modlin, Edna Thomas, and Grace Costner. 

I hope that our most popular crooner, Conway McGee and his accompanist, Doris Bandy. 
are listening in, for they have an appointment to fill next week. 

Jack Rudisill. C. B. Phillips, and David Heavner, the fun-makers, are broadcasting from 
this studio every Friday night. C. B. has recently been hired by Fox Studios as a double for 
Stepin Fechit. 

Well. well, look who is in the adjoining studio. Barnnie Fleeman ! The last time I 
saw Barnnie, he was being chased by some movie actresses. 

Vada Cauble has been selected as the most perfect model of New York. 

Among the socialites at the opening of the grand opera were Margaret Jane Childs: 
Van Buren Ewing. well-known librarian; Mary Self, head of the Social Department of New 
York, and Paul Rudisill, Secretary of Treasury. 

NEWS FLASHES 

The famous scientist, John Mauncy, and his party, J. R. Lineberger. Yates Campbell, 
Lester Barklcy, and Garland Goodson. returning from a survey to South America, were among 
the passengers saved from the wrecked S. S. Oceania, last night. 

Dr. Alfred Costner. teacher of Pharmacy at Davidson College, lectured at Columbia Uni- 
versity yesterday. 

Thelma Jenkins will perform on the stage at the Reca Theatre tomorrow night. She is 
well-known throughout the country as a tap-dancer. 

The ambassador to Japan. Mr. James Porter, will leave for that country next week. 

Virginia Lineberger, professional basket-ball player, made the packed stadium at New 
York go wild over her excellent and perfect shots. 

"Nookic" Cloniger will be glad to oblige any customer "wanting a dog." 

JUST PLAIN NEWS 

Misses Dorothy and Ethel Bradshaw, workers for the state, will speak at the Armory 
Auditorium tonight. 

Margaret Glenn, tennis star, surprised New York by winning the silver cup at the tourna- 
ment held in London, England. 

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The Amateurs, Bruce Jenkins. Craig Schrum, Sue Smith, Howard Self, Johnnie Link. 
Enid Avery, and Joe Hinkle, assisted by the well-known actors. Joe Dellingcr. Fred Shuford and 
Evan Shelton. will present a play at the High School Auditorium of Charlotte in the near future. 

Elizabeth Norman, herself a blushing bride, is in charge of a matrimonial bureau. 

Virginia Stroup will entertain Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt at the Rio Tearoom on Fifth Avenue, 
Thursday. 

Joe Gates, owner of Queen City Lines, has just purchased small, comfortable, buses in 
place of the large ones. 

Ottileen Robinson is trying to vamp the young internes at a Washington hospital, and 
she has been reported engaged, but she will never marry, for men are afraid of blondes. 

Joe Crooks, animal trainer of Barnum and Bailey Circus, is reported rapidly improving from 
wounds received during the training of a lion. 

Ruth Fortenbury. Pearl Bynum. and Pauline Waters are scheduled to go abroad to study 
voice. 

L. C. Hovis. heavyweight boxing champion of the U. S., will compete with the champion 
of England for the world title. 

Walter Cashion, skilled bookkeeper, is working for the Atlantic Oil Company of New 
Jersey. 

Louise Goodman and Loreine Parker will sing several numbers at the annual meeting of 
musicians at New York next month. 

James Goodson, secret service man, solved the baffling murder of the oil magnet. The out- 
come was "suicide." 

Gladys Goodson, operator of the Mades Lunch Room of this city, is putting on a special 
supper of good, home-cooked food tonight. 

The Three Musketeers, Marshall Beal, Clyde Abernathy and Grady Abernathy, will 
make a stratosphere flight Monday morning to return in several months. 

Nurse Lucille Kendrick saved Nurse Dorothy Reynolds's life from a burning building 
adjoining the hospital. 

John Hauss, private secretary of the Fox Studios, has been transferred to the Metro 
Goldwyn Mayer Studios on account of his excellent work. 

Lloyd Cornwell. announcer for WBT. will direct the morning program, the Musical 
Clock, beginning next week. 

The country's most valuable novelist. Pernell Finger, will tour parts of Europe for the 
purpose of obtaining better material for further stories. 

Inez Abernathy and Elsie Camp, of Lincolnton, were among the few girls selected as 
the Wampas Baby Stars of 193 6. 

Mary Hoffman and Rose Campbell, socialites of New York, will attend the President's 
Ball as honor guests. 

Paul Lawing, a senior at Duke University, won the essay contest, made possible by Eddie 
Cantor. The prize is a European tour. 

Gladys Carpenter and Margaret Heafner, designers, will sponsor a Style Show at the 
pavilion at Miami, Florida next week. 

Ladies and gentlemen, this program of "The Future," has been brought to you by 
the courtesy of Station S-M-I-L-E. Listen in at this station next year for more news. This 
program has been directed by the Senior Class of 19 36. 

— Brownie Lipe, Prophet. 

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Last Will and Testament 



Since our days in Lincolnton High School are drawing to a close, we, the Seniors of 19 36. 
being of supposedly sound mind and body, do will and bequeath the following personal 
possessions: 

!, Inez Abernathy, do hereby will my ability to learn Geometry to Inez Whiteside. 

Lucile Kendrick, do hereby will my knowledge of Latin to Dan Hoover, he needs it. 



my feather bed, "Coach 



leader to Sarah Ramseur, hoping 
Smith promised me. to Hazel 



Rose Campbell, do hereby will my ability to learn eleventh English to Ruby Keever. 
Elsie Camp, do hereby will mv ability to learn eleventh English to Dot Honeycutt. 
Yates Campbell, do hereby will my ability to debate to Johnny Gamble. 
Virginia Lineberger. do hereby will my place as cheer 
she'll make more noise than I did. 

I. Sue Smith, do hereby wil 
Knight. 

I. Doris Bandy do hereby will to Sarah Ramseur my knowledge of French vocabularies. 
Here's to you, Sarah! 

I. Walter Cashion. do hereby will my ability in detective work to Shelly W. Cashion, 
so that he may catch the "Skippers.'' and prove that they have been "Skipping." 

I. Stella Hoyle. do hereby will to Laura Fox Turbyfield my red bow. 

I, David Robinson, will to Ralph Wise my Bookkeeping ability, so that he can pass 
Bookkeeping. 

I, Berge Beam, will my ability to spell to John Hauss, hoping that he will stop furnishing 
words in an English spelling class. 

I. Joe Hinkle. do hereby will some of my good conduct to Judson McGinnis. 

I. Glenn Hcafner. do hereby will and bequeath my ability, to drag my feet as I walk, to 
Horace Rhyne. 

We, Glenn Beattie and Max Holland, do hereby will our ability to graduate in four years 
to Stearn Warlick. 

I. Ed Johnson, do hereby will and bequeath my ability in ninth, tenth, and eleventh 
English to Paul Lawing. hoping that he will finish them next year. 

I. Craig Schrum. do hereby will my ability in eleventh English to Miller I.ingerfelt. hoping 
he makes above 70 on the course. 

I. Joe Crooks, do hereby will my ability to drive a school bus to Calvin Rudisill. 

I, Marshall Bcal. do hereby will my ability to hit a baseball to "Chunk" Rudisill. 

I, Loyd Cornwell, do hereby will my ability in American History to Bill Bynum. 

I. Louise Funderburke. will my conceit to Ruby Ruck. 

I, Dorothy Bradshaw. do hereby will my place in the bus to Pauline Ballard, 
she won't be trying to get beside the driver. 

I, Ethel Bradshaw, do hereby will my knowledge in Algebra to my brother Ralph. 
he will not have to take it for three more years. 

I, Louise Britt. do hereby will my height to Madge Finger, hoping she won't be 
teased as much as I have. 

I, Pearle Bynum. do hereby will my ability to keep lipstick to Margie Whiteside. 

I. Vada Cauble. do hereby will my black and white coat to the petty thief who removed 
the buttons from it. so that the two friends may be reuinted. 

I. Margaret Jane Childs, do hereby will my Piccolo to Mickey Boggs. 

I, Pauline Ewing. do hereby will my red hair to my cousin, Mary Alice Ewing. 

I. Van Buren Ewing, do hereby will my knowledge of Science to Jo Miller. 

I, Ruth Fortenberry. do hereby will my ability to play football in a basketball game to 
Mary Elizabeth Howard, hoping that she too might some day make the team. 

I. Louise Goodman, do hereby will my ability to translate Caesar to David Eurey. hoping 
he will not make any lower grades than I did. 

I. Mary Self, do hereby will the dimple in my chin to Sarah Bynum. so that she cannot 
make fun of mine. 

I. Virginia Stroup. do hereby will my ability to be "ticket-katcher" to Laura Fox Turby- 
field. hoping that she succeeds in flirting with the opponents more than I. 

I. Pauline Waters, do hereby will my seat in the library to anyone who wants it. 

I. Grady Abernathy, do hereby will my ability to behave on the bus to Bill Link, hoping 
he will enjoy it as much as I have. 

I, "Dootchy" Barineau, do hereby will to "Ripper" Lawing the right to stay in High 
School more than six years. 

I. Alf Costner, do hereby will and bequeath my position as scrub team quarterback, 
to David Clark, with the fond hopes that he gets "Busted" as much as I have. 

I, Joe Dellinger. do hereby will my knowledge of tenth and eleventh English, to Wilton 
Hipp. 



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I. Barney Fleeman. do hereby will and bequeath my kid curlers and bobby pins to Robert 
Lineberger. 

I. Garland Goodson. do hereby will and bequeath my ability to learn Algebra to Reid Potts. 

I. David Heavner. do hereby will my ability to get out every morning from 9 to 10. to 
BUI Grice. 

I. Paul 1. awing, do hereby will my knowledge of ninth, tenth, and eleventh English to 
Judson McGinnis. 

I. Gladys Goodson. do hereby will my ability to graduate in four years to Eulie Lawing. 

I. Pernell Finger, do hereby will my ability, to skip school, without' getting caught, 
to Sybil Elmore. 

I. Mary Hoffman, do hereby will my ability to learn Bookkeeping to Ruby Keever. 

I. Margaret Heafner, do hereby will my afternoons in the study hall to Willie Belle Harvey, 
hoping that she will get as much out of them as I did. 

I. Thelma Jenkins, do hereby will my liking for chewing-gum. to little Nellie Jonas. 

I. Johnnie Link, do hereby will my ability to make 98 on Geometry to "Chick" I.ockman. 

I. Brownie Lipe, do hereby will my love of popcorn to Billy Brown Keever. 

I. Betty Modlin. do hereby will my knowledge of Geometry to anyone who needs it. 

I, Lib Norman, do hereby will and bequeath to Lala Coniger my deep knowledge of Civics, 
hoping the slight addition will not burden her. 

I. Loreine Parker, do hereby will my tall, slender stature to Sarah Bynun. She might 
grow a little more. 

I, Dorothy Reynolds, do hereby will to Sue Anna Sullivan my seat on the bus, and hope 
she enjoys it as much as I have. 

I. Cynthia Reinhardt, do hereby will my knowledge of how to pop chewing gum, to 
Harriet Anderson. 

I. Ottileen Robinson, do hereby will to Harriet Anderson the ability to talk to only 
one boy. 

We, "Nooky" Cloniger and Mildred Hardin, do hereby will to Billy Quickie our reputa- 
tion for always coming to school on time, hoping that he will not have to stay in more than 
40 minutes a day. 

We, Edna Thomas and Grace Costner, do hereby will our many unnecessary giggles to 
Virginia Clippard. hoping she will have as much fun with them as we have. 

1. John Leonard, do hereby will and bequeath my brilliancy in English to Robert Rudisill. 

I. J. R. Lineberger, do hereby will to James Goodson my ability to work Bookkeeping. 

I, Bruce Jenkins, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to translate Caesar to David Eurey, 
hoping he will not make any lower grades than I did. 

I. Harvey A. Jonas, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to play a bass horn and 
sing tenor to Max Holland. 

I. James Goodson. do hereby will my ability in Bookkeeping to "Love and Kisses" 
Anderson. 

I. Joe Gates, do hereby will my bus driving ability to J. B. Ballard, hoping he does 
not make a professional, as I have. 

I, John Mauney, do hereby will to David Clark my nickname "Harkey," hoping he will 
not dislike it as much as I do. 

I, Conway McGee. do hereby will my ability to sing to Bill Grice, hoping he has more 
success than I have had. 

I, C. B. Phillips, do hereby will my natural ability to cut up in classes to Reuben Ford. 

I, Jack Rudisill, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to skip to Bill Grice, hoping that 
he will be more successful at it than I have been. 

I. Paul Rudisill, do hereby will my place as first-chair trombone player to Dan Thompson, 
hoping that he can make as many discords as I. 

I. Fred Shuford, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to study my lessons to anyone 
who needs it. 

I. Howard Self, do hereby will and bequeath my knowledge of Geometry to Reid Potts. 

I, Evan Shelton, do hereby will my ability to translate French to Garland Ingle. 

I, Bill Sigmon, do hereby will and bequeath my position as "Bellboy" to Bobby Long. 

I. James Porter, do hereby will my ability to get lessons without studying to Bobbie 
Steve Reinhardt. 

I, Enid Avery, do hereby will my ability to learn Geometry to Mary Keener. 

I, Gladys Carpenter, do hereby will my ability to learn Shorthand to Sibyl Knight. 

I, Margie Glenn, do hereby will to Robert Lineberger my curly hair in hopes that' his dear 
cousins may sleep in peace without fearing that their curlers will be borrowed. 



WITNESSES: 

Bobby Steve Reinhardt 
Hal Hoyle 



Fred SHUEORD, Lawyer. 



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Most Conceited 

John Leonard 
Louise Funderburke 

Most Talented 

Mildred Hardin 
Paul Rudisill 

Most Studious 

James Porter 
Margie Glenn 



Typical Seniors 

John Mauney 
Margaret Jane Childs 

Biggest Flirts 

john hauss 
Ottileen Robinson 

Most Athletic 

Ed Johnson 
Doris Bandy 



Best Dressed 

Margie Glenn 
Barney Fleeman 

Most Original 

Glenn Heafner 
Mildred Hardin 

Friendliest 

Glenn Heafner 
Brownie Lipe 



Teachers' Pets 

Brownie Lipe 
John Leonard 

Noisiest 

Cynthia Reinhardt 

C. B. Phillips 

Cutest 

Margie Glenn 
Jack Rudisill 



Most Personality 

Mildred Hardin 
C. B. Phillips 

Most Attractive 

Virginia Lineberger 
Barney Fleeman 

Laziest 

Cynthia Reinhardt 
James Goodson 



Most Sincere 

Margaret Jane Childs 
Max Holland 

Most Popular 

Paul Lawing 

NOOKY CLONIGER 

Best Looking 
L. C. Hovis 

Virginia Lineberger 



Best -All -Around 

Ed Johnston 
Nooky Cloniger 

Best Sports 

Paul Lawing 
Nooky Cloniger 

Neatest 

Thelma Jenkins 
Glenn Beattie 



Most Dignified 

ALF Costner 

Margie Glenn 

Most-in-Love 

Harvey Jonas 
Stella Hoyle 





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H H E V A R I > 



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Junior Class Officers 



1ILL AYCOCK . President 

GEORGE BREVARD Vice-President 

MARCENE BLANEY . . Secretary 

BOBBY STEVE RE1NHARDT Treasurer 



Carroll Abernathy 
Harriet Anderson 
Bill Aycock 
Clyde Baker 
Lelia Barkley 
Franklin Barkley 
Charlie Beal 
Marcene Blaney 
Hamilton Blanton 
Mickey Boggs 
Willie Maude Boggs 
Ralph Bradshaw 
George Brevard 
Sarah Bynum 
Sarah Canipe 
Willie Mae Canipe 
Howard Carpenter 
S. C. Carpenter, Jr. 
Charles Caskey 
Juanita Coffey 
Marybelle Cline 
Hugh Davis 
Margaret Dellinger 
Frona Lee Eaker 
Mary Alice Ewing 
David Eurey 
Elizabeth Garrison 
Bill Grice 
Mary Ellen Harrill 
Willie Belle Harvey 
Ralph Heafner 



JUNIOR CLASS ROLL 

Avis Heavner 
Wayne Heavner 
Louise Hinkle 

P. D. HlNSON 

Wilton Hipp 
Dorothy Honeycutt 
Annie Sue Houser 
Virginia Houser 
Hal Hoyle 
Harold Huffman 
Garland Ingle 
Pansy Jonas 
Mary Keener 
Charles Keener 
Ruby Keever 
Ruth Kiser 
Fred Kistler 
Hazel Lackey 
Clarence Lawing 
Charles Leonard 
Elizabeth Leonard 
Robert Lineberger 
Katherine Lingerfelt 
Miller Lingerfelt 
Sylvia Lingerfelt 
Helen Lockman 
James Long 
Rose Lynch 
Broadus McGinnis 
Judson McGinnis 
Virginia Miller 
Martha Newton 



Addie Mae Page 
Jim Page 
Pearle Peeler 
Charles Proctor 
Lala Proctor 
Thelma Proctor 
James Quickle 
Sara Ramsaur 
Bobby Steve Reinhardt 
Horace Rhyne 
Mary Alice Rhyne 
Lucile Ritchie 
Josephine Roberts 
Betty Haynes Roseman 
Calvin Rudisill 
Irene Rudisill 
Marie Senter 
Craig Sigmon 
Sally Smith 
Sue Anna Sullivan 
Dollie Mae Speagle 
Laura Fox Turbyfill 
Carolyn Turner 
Stearn Warlick 
Alma Weaver 
Inez Whitesides 
Ralph Wise 
Wade Wise 
Craig Wood 
John Wood 
Vance Yount 



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Juniors 







Anderson 


Aycock 


Blaney 


Brevard 


Bynum 


Canipe 






Heavner 


HlNKLF. 


HlNSON 


Jonas 


Keener 


Leonard 






LlNEBERGER 


Newton 


A. [' v,i 


J. Page 


Peeler 


Ramseur 






Reinhardt 


II. RllVM. 


M. A. Rhyne 


Smith 


Turbyfill 


Whitesides 


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Sophomore Class Officers 

MILDRED CHRONISTER President 

NORMAN Fair Vice-President 

FRANCES LlNEBERGER Secretary 

Virginia Elliott Treasurer 

SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL 



Celestine Abernathy 
Ella Mae Abernathy 
Evelyn- Abernathy 
Marjorie Abernathy 
Emanuel Allran 
Hazel Armstrong 
John Auten 
Ponese Auten 
Dorothy Ballard 
Helen Bandy 
Sadie Barineau 
Joe Barkley 
Chloe Barlow 
Ruth Britt 
Clara Mae Brotherton 
Lee Roy Buff 
Naomi Burgess 
Helen Carpenter 
David Cashion 
Mildred Chronister 
Elizabeth Cline 
Roddy Cline 
Dennis Cloniger 
Harry Costner 
Harold Craig 
Dorothy Crooks 
Lillian Crowell 
Clara Lee Devine 
Harold Dixon 
Virginia Elliott 
Nellie Lee Elmore 
Paul Eurey 
Norman Fair 
Herbert Finger 
Madge Finger 
Elizabeth Finger 
Reuben Ford 
Bobbie Garrison 
Gwendolyn Goodson 



Claire Hardin 

Katherine Helms 

George Hine 

Billy Hoffman 

Marvin Houser 

Iva Mae Hovis 

Mary Elizabeth Howard 

Pansy Huss 

r uby i ngle 

Bill Keener 

Edith Kendrick 

Frances Killian 

Hazel Knight 

Sibyl Knight 

Dorot iiy Kuck 

A. L. Latham 

Rachel Leonard 

Margaret Leonhardt 

FrANI IS LlNEBERGER 

Robert Lineberger 
Stella Lingerfelt 
Bill Link- 
Vivian Life 
Ermintrude Little 
Russell Lockman 
Harold Lour 
Bobbie Long 
Frank Love 
Nellie Lynch 
Ruby Mace 
Earl Mauney 
Elizabeth Mauney 
Richard Mauney 
Robert Mauney 
Jeanette McGinnis 
Martha Moore 
Woodrow Moss 
Dick Mullen 
Jimmie Mundy 



Dorothy Neal 
James Patton 
Margie Perkins 
Hal Plonk 
Norva Jane Porter 
Reid Potts 

Bl LLY Q.UICKLE 

Margaret Ramsaur 
Alma Rhodes 
Jake Rhodes 
Lillian Rhvne 
Fran k R ii yne 
Francis Robinson 
Maiif.l Robinson 
Mattie Ruth Ross 
Elizabeth Rudisill 
Kenneth Rudisill 
Robert Rudisill 
Sylvia Rudisill 
Ezell Schronce 
Laura Virginia Self 
Mary James Seagle 
Martha Sherrill 
Clarence Sherrill 
Edna Shuford 
Paul Shuford 
James Shrum 
Raeford Starnes 
Dan Stroup 
Blanche Summey 
Dan Thompson 
Violet Vanstory 
Kitty Warlick 
Wilbur Warlick 
Craig Weaver 
Evelyn Whitesides 
Floyd Willis 
Ruth Wise 
Ruby Kick 



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Aycock 



Clark 



Ballard 



Freshman Class Officers 

JANH AYCOCK President 

DAVID CLARK Vice- President 

EULIE LAWING Secretary 

J. B. BALLARD Treasurer 

FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL 



Edith Abernathy 
Newell Aderholt 
Dick Alexander 
Lonnie Slie Armstrong 
Kenneth Arrowood 
Hall Avery 
Irene Avery 
Jane Aycock 
Fred Ballard 
Macie Ballard 
J. B. Ballard 
Pauline Ballard 
W. E. Ballard, J r. 
K e n n et H Barker y 
Paul Barklf.y 
Robert Beal 
Margaret Beam 
Bessie Lee Benfield 
Mary Benfield 
Frank Boggs 
Mary Sue Buff 
Edna Bumoardner 
Lawrence Bumoardner 
Risden Burris 
Bill Bynum 
Reid Campbell 
Marona Canipe 
Grover Carpenter 
Rachel Carpenter 
Bill Carter 
Ralph Cashion 
Mary Craig Caskey 
Billie Cauble 
Claude Chapman 
Hampton Childs 
Jimmy Childs 
David Clark 
Virginia Clippard 
I.ala Cloniger 
Charles Corn well 
Mildred Craig 
Jack Cromland 
Emily Sue Crowell 
Ethel Dellinger 
Edna Denton 



Pearl Devine 
Robert Dixon 
Robert Duncan 
Virginia Duncan 
Fred Eaker 
Charlotte Elmore 
Sybil Elmore 
Willie Mae Elmore 
Ciiaki.es Kir i i 
Robert Eurey 
Edward Forbis 
William Forbis 
Prue Forres 
Virginia Gabriel 
John Gamble 
Bill Gates 
Coby Gaffney 
Bill Gheen 
Tom Gheen 
Burgin Goodson 
Johnny Glenn 
Nadine Hallman 
Harold Hallman 
Viola Hallman 
Mary Nell Hardin 
Alma Harrill 
Earl Hawkins 
Albert Haynes 
Dewey Haynes 
Mabel Heavner 
( lara Henderson 
Katharine Henderson 
Lois Hinkle 
Marie Hine 
Isabei.l Hipp 
Lethia Hoffman 
Fred Hoffman 
Dan Hoover 
Aline Houser 
Marie Houser 
Evelyn Hovis 
Mary Francis Hovis 
Man Hovis 
Willie Ruth Hovis 
Daphine Hoyi.e 



Cecil II uss 
Julia Huss 
Warren Huss 
Cecil Jenkins 
Nell Jonas 
Blair Keener 
Mary Kendrick 
('are Keever 
Robert Keever 
Fay Kiser 
Katharine Kiser 
Frank K'uck 
Eulie Lawing 
Elizabeth Lawing 
John Leatherman 
Louise Leatherman 
mozelle ledford 
Hazel Leigh 
Steve Lemmond 
William Lemmond 
James Leonard 
William Leonard 
Clyde Lowe 
Katharine Lineberger 
Inez Martin 
James Martin 
Horace Mauney 
Ruth McAllister 
Mildred McGinnis 
Eugene McGee 
Billy Modlin 
Maude Michael 
Josephine Miller 
Dwight Mitchum 
Carl Mullen 
Ruel Newton 
Mary' Martha Nixon 
Dora Palmer 
Margaret Parker 
Tom Porter 
Maude Propst 
Mac Ramsaur 
Cecil Ramsey 
Herbert Roach 
Billy Robinson 



James Robinson 
Hazel Robinson 
Guy Reep 
Elizabeth Ross 
George Rudisill 
Jessie Rudisill 
Mary Esther Rhyne 
Charley Schronce 
Sarah Schronce 
Alma Schrum 
Conrad Seagle 
Violet Seagle 
Dan Seagle 
Lee Self 
Mary Self 
Elizabeth Shellum 
Donald Shuford 
Gordon Shuford 
Marjorie Shuford 
Steve Shuford 
Harrilee Sigmon 
Lillian Sigmon 
Modina Sigmon 
J. R. Smith 
Prue Smith 
Coy Stamey 
Kytle Stover 
Isabei.l Sullivan 
Robert Sullivan 
George Whit Tobey 
Virginia Tucker 
C V. Turner 
Edith Wease 
Audie Water Weaver 
Fred Weaver 
L. N. Weaver 

LORENE WeHUNT 

Charles Whitlock 
Margaret Whitesides 
Margie Whitesides 
Erskine Willis 
Elsie Yarborough 
Bobbie Yoder 
Hubert Yoder 



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Football 



ED JOHNSTON. Captain Halfback 

BILL SlGMON, Co-Captain ..Tackle 

Steve Barineau . . . Guard 

Max Holland .... Tackle 

Harvey Jonas . Guard 

Conway "Slip" McGee . . . . End 

David Cashion . .... End 

GLEN "CROSSIE" HEAFNER Tackle 

ALF COSTNER Halfback 

C. B. PHILLIPS . Quarterback 

JOHN LEONARD . Quarterback 

RUSSELL LOCKMAN Halfback 

BILL GRICE . . Fullback 

Paul Rudisill ... Fullback 

PAUL LAWING Center 

JIM PAGE Center 

BARNEY FLEEMAN 



John Mauney End 

Charlie Beal Guard 

Reuben Ford Guard 

Bobby Long Guard 

L. C. HOVIS Halfback 

George Brevard End 

Norman Fair Guard 

"Rookie" Keener Guard 

Ruel Newton Guard 

Frank Love Guard 

PAUL SHUI-ORD Guard 

DAVID CLARK Quarterback 

George Whit Tobey Halfback 

"Chunk" Rudisill Halfback 

Hubert "Goon" Cloniger . . . Halfback 

Bill Bynum Guard 

Manager 



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Boys' Basketball 

GLENN BEATTIE. Captain ... Guard 

Ed Johnston ... Forward 

Russell Lockman Guard 

BPRGP BPAM Center 

Yates Lowe Forward 

C. B. Phillips Forward 

All Costner Guard 

Glenn "Crossie" Heafner Guard 

John Mauney Guard 

Fare Mauney Forward 

Steve Barineau Forward 

Reuben Ford . Guard 

George Brevard .... ... Center 

Emanuel Ai.lran Guard 

BILL GRICE Manager 

PAUL LAWING Manager 



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Baseball 



EVAN SHELTON. Captain.. Pitcher 

JUD McGlNNIS Pitcher 

Dennis Cloninger .... ... Pitcher 

Paul Lawing .... Catcher 

STEARN WARLICK . . . -Catcher 

Reid Campbell .... ... Firm Base 

GLENN BEATTY Second Base 
CHUNK RUDISILL Third Bane 

Marshall Beal ... ... . Short Stop 

Victor Cashion . Utility Infield 

PETE CORNWELL . . Left Field 
BILL GRICE Center Field 

COLEY GAFFNEY Right Field 

James Long . . . Utility Oat field 
George Brevard Pitcher 

JOE BARKLEY Pitcher 

TOM GHEEN Pitcher 

Charles Proctor Catcher 

HORACE RHYNE . First Base 

VANCE YOUNT Second Base 

Berge Beam . . . 



Emanuel Allran .... Short Stop 

Kenneth Proctor Third Base 



John Auten Left Fie, 

"SLIP" McGee . Center Fi 

Bob Heafner Right Fi 

Bobby Steve Reinhardt Ut 

David Eurey Ut 

David Clark Ut 

Coy Stamey Ut 

Whit Tobey Ut 

Hamp Childs . . . . Ut 

Jim Childs Ut 

"Crossie" Heafner Ut 

Raeford Starnes .... Ut 

Frank Love Ut 

Reuben Ford . . . Ut 

Billy Huffman Ut 

Kenneth Barkley Ut 

Lee Roy Buff . . .Ut 

George Sullivan Uti 

Utility 



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Girls' Basketball 



MODINA SlGMON 

Madge Finger 
Thelma Proctor 
Virginia Lineberger 
Laura Fox Turbyfill 
Hazel Knight 
Louise Britt 



Sue Smith 
Frona Lee Eaker 
Sarah Ramsaur 
Doris Bandy 
Mary Nell Hardin 
Ruth Britt 
Sybil Knight 



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Honor Society 

Mildred Hardin President 

MARGARET JANE ChU.DS Vice-President 

Margie Glenn Secretary 

HARVEY JONAS Treasurer 



Gladys Carpenter 
Van Buren Ewing 
Doris Bandy 
Mildred Hardin 
Margie Glenn 
Brownie Lipe 
Mary Self 



Thelma Jenkins 
Betty Modlin 
Margaret Jane Childs 
Ali ; Costner 
John Mauney 
Berge Beam 
Harvey Jonas 



Paul Rudisill 



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Recitation Club 



Mary Nell Hardin Margaret Dellinger 

Mary Craig Caskey Elizabeth Mauney 

Mary Elizabeth Howard Sadie Barineau 

Mabel Robinson 



Hazel Robinson 
Pauline Waters 
Marjorie Aberna i I1Y 




Debating Team 



Hal Hoyle 



James Porter Bruce Jenkins Virginia Stroup 



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Glee Club 

OFFICERS 

PAUL RUDISILL President 

Madge Finger ... Vice-President 

BROWNIE LlPE Secretary and Treasurer 

Miss Sue Jane Mauney ... ... Director 

Miss Louise Wetmore Director 



Dorothy Honeycutt 
Brownie Lipe 
Mary Nell Hardin 
Mildred Chronister 
Claire Hardin 
Elizabeth Mauney 
Ermintrude Little 
Billie Cauble 
Margie Glenn 
Sarah Ramsaur 
Dorothy Kuck 
Louise Britt 



MEMBERS 
Modina Sigmon 
Marie Senter 
Edith Abernathy 
Alma Weaver 

JlMMIE CHILDS 

Frank Love 
Norman Fair 
Berge Beam 
Charles Leonard 
Barney Fleeman 
Paul Rudisill 
Harvey Jonas 
Maude Propst 



Virginia Lineberger 
Madge Finger 
Elizabeth Finger 
Addie Mae Page 
Robert Lineberger 
John Mauney 
Bruce Jenkins 
David Eurey 
Paul Eurey 
Marjorie Abernathy 
Raeford Starnes 
Conway McGee 



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S. Ray Lowder 
Conductor 



W.m. Mi Gri 
Instructo 



Band 



TRUMPETS 
Doris Bandy 
Franklin Barkley 
J. M. Broome 
Hampton Childs 
Harry Costner 
Harold Dixon 
Robert Duncan 
Norman F : air 
Bobby Garrison 
Wilson Goodson 
Dan Hoover 
Hazel Knight 
Frank Love 
John Mauney 
Dick Mullen 
James Newton 
Ruel Newton 
Robert Rudisill 
Raeford Starnes 
Jerry Tilson 
Stearn Warlick 
Craig Wood 



CLARINETS 

Bill Aycock 
Kenneth Barkley 
Risden Burris 
S. C. Carpenter 
Jimmy Childs 
Roddy Cline 
Ale Costner 
Wayne Heavner 
Ernest Kiger 
David Lineberger 
Jimmie Moore 
Bill Page 
Billy Quickle 
Paul Shuford 
Jake: Wyckoff 

SAXOPHONES 

Allen Hill Bandy 
Garland Ingle 
Harold Lohr 
Jessie Rudisill 

baritonfs 

David Heavner 
Horace Rhyne 
George Hine 



TROMBONES 

Kenneth Arrowood 
P. D. Hinson 
Frank Kuck 
Jake Rhodes 
Paul Rudisill 
Dan Thompson 
Tom Porter 

MELLOPHONES 

Charles Costner 
W. M. Glenn. Jr. 
C. B. Phillips 
Frank Rhyne 

PICCOLO 

Margaret Jane Childs 
BASSES 

Harvey Jonas 
Bill Sigmon 
Jim Page 

DRUMS 

John Gamble 
Virginia Stroup 
Charles Whitlock 



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Doris Ann Lineberger 
Winner of Baby Contest 1 9 3 6 



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B3 Essex Strhet 



Boston, Massachusetts 




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Glenn Manufacturing Company 

Spinners of Fine Combed Yarns 



LINCOLNTON. NORTH CAROLINA 



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HOVIS GROCERY 

Dealers in Staple and Fancy 



Groceries 



Phone 302 



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When you need stationery 
and school supplies, we can 
supply you with the highest 
quality at a low cost. 



Eagle 5-1 0-2 5c 
Store 



I.INCOLNTON. N. C. 



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1 Frank P. Barkley 

Furniture 
Radios 



Phone 166 



Compliments at 

Lincoln Drug 
Company 



Phone 17 



Rhodes, Rhyne 
Mfg. Co., Inc. 

Manufacturers ol 

Wide Sheetings and 
Rhodes Bedspreads 

LlNCOLNTON. N. C. 




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Druggists 

Drugs, School Supplies, 
Waterman, Sheaffer, Parker, 
and Carter Fountain Pens. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



WILEY M. PICKENS 



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Hinson's Garage 

Plymouth — Chrysler 
Hudson 

Phone 29 6 



INSURE 

AND 
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Lincolnton Insurance 
& Realty Go. 



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Mauney Grocery 


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for 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 




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FORD V-8 

Hoyle Motor Go. 

Lincolnton, N. C. 

Authorized Sales and Service 

Main Street Phone 102 



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FUEL 



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Childs-Wolfe 
Drug Go. 

Phone 330 

Norr'is Candies — Cut Flowers 
Everything Fresh in Drug Store 



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Ice and Fuel Go. 



and TRANSFER 

Phone 104 
Lincolnton, N. C. 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 

R. W. Horsley's 

JEWELRY STORE 

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FIRST NATIONAL 
BANK 

LINCOLNTON. N. C. 



Warligk Funeral 

Home 

licensed embalmer 
ambulance service 



Day 477 



PHONE 

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LINCOLNTON. N. C. 



Rhodes & Gorriher 

Dealers in 

High Class Horses, Mules, 
Wagons 

LINCOLNTON, N. C. 



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Justice of Peace Notary Public 

J. ROBERT McNEELEY 

Secretary and Treasurer 

Lincoln Farm Loan Association 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



Theatres 



Grand 



LINCOLNTON, N. C. 

"The Best in Pictures" at Popular Prices 

Good Sound -:- Service -:- Quality Entertainment 

A. E. MILLER, Manager 



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BELK-SCHRUM COMPANY 

LINCOLN IONS LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE 

Complete Outfit ters 

For Men, Women, and Children 

We Show the Newest Style at All Times 

One of Belk's Big Retail Stores Buying and Selling for Less 



Central Candy and 
Cigar Co. 

Wholesale Exclusively 

LlNCOLNTON, N. C. 



Compliments 
of 

S. Ray Lowder 






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TICK LOCK MAN AND 
SMACK PROCTOR 
THE MAN'S SHOP 
ROBINSON DANIEL 
COHEN BROTHERS 
CENTRAL CAPE 
LINCOLN BONDED WHSE. 
DAVE LERNER 
RAMSEUR HARDWARE 
JOE LEONARD 
LANDER HARDWARE 

A. L. QUICKLE 
C. G. RUDISILL 

B. C. LINEBERGER 

HOUSER 



M. T. LEATHERMAN 
II. A. JONAS 
SIS'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 
ANNA BELLES BEAl'TY 

SHOPPE 
NOLENS BEAUTY SHOPPE 
RISER FRUIT STORE 
A. & P. STORE 
HAYNES DAIRY 
R. W. CARTER 
VOGUE CLEANERS 
IDEAL CHAIR COMPANY, INC. 
HOME STORES 
M. M. RUDISILL 
GROCERY 



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Engraving In/ 

CHARLOTTE ENGRAVING COMPANY 

Printing and Binding By 

OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE, Inc. 



Charlotte, N. C. 



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